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While Cullen Jenkins had a decent year during his first season in Philadelphia, the Eagles were far too soft up the middle. The combination of Derek Landri and Trevor Laws just didn't get it done at defensive tackle and the team needs to add someone to take the pressure off of Jenkins at the other tackle spot.
While Mel Kiper thinks the Eagles should target LSU's Michael Brockers with the 15th pick in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, I think Philadelphia could turn to the free agent market to fill that position.
While Broderick Bunkley, Paul Soliai, Sione Pouha and Shaun Rogers will be out there making more money on the open market, a guy like Antonio Garay could be a great target for the Eagles.
Garay spent the past two seasons manning the nose tackle spot in the San Diego Chargers' 3-4 front, but is versatile enough to clog space in a 4-3. While he is 32 years old, Garay is playing the best football of his career right now and will come cheaper than the other guys mentioned.
The Eagles don't need a superstar to play next to Jenkins, just someone stronger and more formidable than what they already have. Garay would give them that.